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At ASEAN, India emphasised on peaceful resolution of South China Sea dispute

Vientiane [Laos]: India emphasised on the importance of maintaining peace, security and stability, unimpeded commerce, freedom of navigation and overflight above the disputed South China Sea at the recently-concluded Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit in Laos.


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Pakistani forces now abducting women, children in Dera Bugti: Baloch activist

Undisclosed location, Sept. 10: Asserting that Pakistani forces have started fresh waves of military operations across Balochistan, Baloch Republican Party representative at the United Nations Human rights council Abdul Nawaz Bugti has stated that in different parts of Dera Bugti, people are now being abducted.


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India says DPRK's latest nuke test 'matter of grave concern'

New Delhi [India], Sep. 9: Condemning Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (DPRK) fifth and biggest nuclear test on Friday, India has said that it is a matter of grave concern as DPRK is once again violating international obligations.


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Washington offered USD 115bn in weapons to Saudi Arabia over past eight years:

London [UK], Sep. 9: According to a new report, the Obama administration has offered to sell USD 115 billion worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia over its eight years in office, more than any previous administration, and the move was intended to replenish arsenal after war in Yemen.


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U.S. maintains pressure on Pak, calls for more action against terrorism

Washington D.C., [U.S.], Sept. 9: A day after the United States asserted that Pakistan cannot 'pick and choose' which terrorist groups to go after, it continued to maintain pressure on Islamabad urging it to take concerted action against safe havens and terrorist groups, adding that they want to see "more action taken".


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North Korea conducts 'potentially most powerful' nuclear test: Seoul

Washington D.C., [U.S.], Sept. 9: Seoul has confirmed that North Korea has conducted a fifth nuclear today which is potentially its most powerful yet.


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British Govt. dispels impression of 'protecting' MQM

Karachi [Pakistan], Sept. 9: The British Government has flatly refused charges that it is trying to protect the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) from legal charges.


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Children make up 58 % of all Pakistani migrants: UN report

Islamabad [Pakistan], Sept. 8: United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) in its latest report has pointed out that children make up 58 per cent of all refugees from Pakistan, the highest proportion in the South Asian region.


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Indo-US pact against CPEC, Pakistan, claims Hafiz Saeed

Islamabad (Pakistan): Hafiz Saeed, founder of the banned terrorist group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), on Wednesday slammed the new pact between India and America against the China - Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)...


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Kabul city attack targeted charity: Afghanistan Govt.

Kabul [Afghanistan], Sept. 6: Afghanistan's Ministry of Interior (MoI) on Tuesday said that the target of Monday night's bombing in Kabul city appears to have been a charity by the name of CARE (Pamlarana).


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Pope Francis declares Mother Teresa a saint in Vatican City

Vatican City: Pope Francis on Sunday declared revered nun Mother Teresa a saint in a canonization mass at St Peter's square in Vatican City. "For the honour of the Blessed Trinity... we declare and define...


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False alarm at Los Angeles airport, 'loud noises' not gunfire

Los Angeles: In the latest false alarm at a busy U.S. airport, terminals at Los Angeles International Airport were evacuated briefly late on Sunday after reports of gunfire in one of the terminals but then police...


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Burkinis return to French beach as ban is lifted

Paris: The controversial burkini ban was overturned by France's highest administrative court on Friday, which led to a Right-wing backlash as mayors vowed to defy the ruling.


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French human rights groups challenge burkini bans; verdict today

Paris: Human rights groups have challenged the legality of municipal bans on full-body burkini swimsuits, worn by Muslim women, before France's highest administrative court Thursday, a practice that some denounced as...


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Deaf driver shot dead by US cop during traffic stop

Miami: A deaf man who was fatally shot after a trooper tried to pull him over for speeding in Charlotte, US on Thursday. Authorities in the southern US state of North Carolina said on Monday they are investigating the...


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Trump wants extreme vetting of new immigrants into US

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has now proposed an "extreme vetting process" for new immigrants in order to prevent entry of radicalised ones into the United States.


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Trump calls Obama 'the founder of ISIS'

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday referred to Barack Obama as "the founder of ISIS," taking his previous accusation that the President was a sympathiser of the Islamic State terror group to a...


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Emirates airline plane crash-lands at Dubai airport

An Emirates flight from Kerala crashlanded at Dubai International Airport on Wednesday, but all the 300 people on board were safely evacuated, the Dubai government said. Emirates has also confirmed the news...


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Clinton says Trump can't be trusted with nuclear weapons

Philadelphia: US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said on Thursday the challenges facing Americans demand steady leadership and a collective spirit, and called rival Donald Trump dangerous and volatile...


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Obama bats for Hillary Clinton to counter Donald Trump

Washington: President Barack Obama offered his full-hearted support to Hillary Clinton in a speech on Wednesday to help her defeat Republican rival Donald Trump and become the first woman elected US president...


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19 killed in knife attack in Japan

Tokyo: In a knife attack, a former employee killed 19 people and injured 25 at a care centre for the mentally disabled in Japan on Tuesday. The attack is being called country's worst mass killing in decades.


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Munich shooting: Nine victims and gunman dead

Munich: At least nine people were killed and 21 others injured Friday in a shooting rampage at a busy shopping district in Munich, Germany, police said. Police found a man who had killed himself on a side street near...


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Nice terror attack: 80 killed, 18 critical in Bastille Day France attacks

Nice: A gunman, believed to be a terrorist, killed 80 people and injured many when he drove a heavy truck at high speed into a crowd that had watched Bastille Day fireworks in the French Riviera city of Nice late on...


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Outrage after shocking live video of black man shot dead in Minneapolis goes

On Wednesday evening, a police officer fatally shot a black man during a traffic stop near Minneapolis and the victim's girlfriend posted live footage of the bloody aftermath to Facebook, which sparked huge...


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Dhaka row: Zakir Naik calls Islamic State 'un-Islamic'

Islamic scholar and televangelist Dr Zakir Naik is once again at the centre of a controversy. But this time the controversy is a different and more serious one as reports have emerged that perpetrators of the Dhaka terror...


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Dhaka hostage crisis ends after commando operation

Bangladesh forces stormed a restaurant where heavily armed terrorists had been holding dozens of people hostage for 10 hours. The operation was followed by explosions and military commandos found at least five...


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Britain leaves European Union after historic referendom

London: Britain has voted to leave the 28-member European Union, results from a historic referendum revealed on Friday, landing a big blow to the European project of greater unity since World War II...


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Jo Cox murder: British police probing right-wing extremism link to murderer

British police on Friday said that they were probing the link of right-wing extremism in the murder of lawmaker Jo Cox, after the police arrested a man with suspected neo-Nazi links and a history of mental illness...


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Obama lashes out at Trump over 'dangerous' Muslim ban, 'radical Islam'

On Tuesday, President of United States, Barack Obama, slammed Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump, saying that Trump is the one who's un-American, in response to Trump's recent attack after Orlando nightclub...


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Orlando shooting: Gunman's wife had tried to talk him out of attack

Orlando gunman Omar Mateen's wife has reportedly told federal agents that she had tried to talk her husband out of carrying out an attack. 29-year-old Omar opened fire at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, early Sunday...


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